It turns out the Made In Chelsea star is a BIG fan of rap music… and Pro Green has an exciting collaboration on the cards too.
Find out more about UK rapper Professor Green, collaborator with Emeli Sandé and chart-busting creator of 'I Need You Tonight' and 'Just Be Good To Green'.
Real Name: Stephen Paul Manderson
Born: 27 November 1983
Height: 6' 3" / 1.90 m
Star Sign: Sagittarius
Birthplace: Hackney, London, England
Hometown: London, England
Did you know?
- From 2006 to 2008 Green was signed to Mike Skinner's The Beats record label.
- First single, 2010's 'I Need You Tonight', samples Australian rock band INXS.
- 'Just Be Good To Green', featuring Lily Allen, is based on The S.O.S. Band's 'Just Be Good To Me'.
- At the 2010 MOBO Awards, Green won Best Hip Hop/Grime Act.
- The first single from his second album features vocals from rising star Emeli Sandé.
First Single: I Need You Tonight
First Album: Alive Till I'm Dead
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